Pastor Heinrich Gröber Describes to Evangelical-Lutheran Bishops the Horrid Treatment Jews Endure

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Pastor Heinrich Grüber addresses a meeting of Evangelical-Lutheran bishops in Berlin to explain to them the horrible treatment Jews are being forced to endure in concentration camps. They are willing to listen to him, but are impatient to move on to the next point on the agenda and do so without issuing any kind of statement on the matter.

Pastor Grüber is escorted out by Bishop Theophil Wurm who says "I thank you in the name of our brothers and hope for God's blessings on you and your work." Grüber describes this as the "greatest disappointment I have ever experienced."


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